Eidos E3 Line-Up Revealed

Posted: May 29 2009, 1:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:37pm CDT, in News | E3

 
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Gather 'round, friends, for some nourishing nuggets of E3 news. Eidos has just issued a press release that contains their E3 line-up for 2009. Batman: Arkham Asylum, Mini Ninjas, and Just Cause 2 will all be unveiled to the world next week at the expo. Three games isn't a huge line-up for a big name like Eidos, but at least two of these games are very highly anticipated sequels.

Batman: Arkham Asylum (PS3) is something every Batfan has been salivating over since we got our first glimpses of it months ago. From the screenshots we've seen, this new game looks absolutely fantastic, with graphics that should test the PS3 to the limits of its capabilities. Arkham Asylum will have both a single-player storyline, as well as multiplayer maps (you can play the Joker!). We don't know just what parts of the game Eidos will be showing off at E3, but hopefully we'll get to see a few big walkthroughs.

Mini Ninjas is an E10+ adventure game based around the most compelling image of all; fighting ninjas. It's coming out for the Wii, DS, 360, and PS3. It's not quite as anticipated a title as the new batman game, but I'm expecting it to end up being a very solid kid's game. You can't go wrong with battling ninja clans and mystic quests.

Last, Eidos is presenting a code demo of Just Cause 2. JC2 is billed as an open-world combat/adventure game where players can take to the sky with parachutes and grappling hooks. This one is being kept under heavy wraps, and only those invited to the special closed door presentation will get to see anything.

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